Graduate Student Involvement
As a graduate student, your interest in campus involvement is often different from UNO's undergraduate students. While most student organizations are open to all students, a few cater more specifically to graduate student needs. See the list below for more information.
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Graduate Student Organizations
Crescent City Shapers
To provide an academic as well as social organization encouraging knowledge of all aspects of the field of urban studies and urban planning as well as serving as a community of interest and activity for its members.
Organization Email: email@example.com
Public Administration Student and Alumni Association (PASAA)
To maintain a network of students, alumni, faculty, and staff in an effort to promote communication and support for the public administration community at UNO.
UNO Chapter of the American Mathematical Society
To foster the academic, social and general welfare of, as well as represent to outside entities, registered UNO students pursuing Master of Science (M. S.) or doctoral (Ph.D.) degrees within the Mathematics Department.
Organization Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
UNO Graduate Chemical Society
To encourage social bonds among graduate students and professors in chemistry. Science outreach.
Organization E-mail: UNOgradchemsociety@gmail.com
UNO Film Fest
To organize, plan, execute and support the UNO Film Fest, a showcase for films produced in the undergraduate and graduate divisions of UNO's film program.
Organization Email: email@example.com
Omicron Delta Kappa
To promote leadership, academics, and activity both in the community and in the university. Must be a full-time student and be a Junior, Senior or Graduate student. Must have a 3.2 GPA and have on campus involvement experience.